In the otherwise legally unremarkable decision in Waeschle v. Dragovic (11-1878), the Sixth Circuit warned that the failure to cite controlling precedent may result in sanctions.   The panel found that Albrecht v. Treon, 617 F.3d 890 (6th Cir. 2010) was “clear circuit precedent that rendered [the appellant’s] argument meritless.”  The Court criticized the appellant’s … Continue Reading